Webinar Title: Significance of ISO 26262 - Functional Safety Analysis in Automotive H/W and S/W
With the anticipated release of ISO 26262 – the standard for Automotive Functional Safety – later this summer, Omnex has received a number of requests to host a second webinar to serve as an overview of ISO 26262.
Chad Kymal, founder and CTO of Omnex and Greg Gruska COO for Omnex will be conducting the overview. Both Chad and Greg have extensive experience in Automotive QMS and have both been at the forefront of automotive standards training, consulting and development.
Omnex is currently working on a number of projects, including a major project involving the evaluation of hazard analysis and ASIL levels of an entire Electric Car System. Omnex is a member of a consortium that has worked with a number of Tier Ones and OEMs worldwide. As part of this consortium, Omnex will present Medini Analyse – software for Functional Safety Analysis – which has already been adopted by many OEMs in Europe and Japan.
Most Automotive OEMs are starting to require ISO 26262 for the New Vehicles they are designing. ISO 26262, which is the Functional Safety Analysis standard comprised of 10 parts, will be released shortly; but even before its release, it is widely being used by European and US Automotive companies. It is being adopted by many Tier One automotive organizations who are finding ISO 26262 conformance a requirement in their Request for Quotes. It is only a matter of time before this permeates to Semiconductor Organizations and Software companies as well. Omnex customers in Silicon Valley have already seen these requirements as far back as two years ago.
The integration of software with hardware was highlighted in the Toyota sudden acceleration incident. Most Automotive CEOs and Boards have taken the concept of functional safety to heart and see newly developed electronics and electronic controls, software, and sensors as fraught with risk to their organizations and have been encouraging the use of risk mitigation steps with the implementation of ISO 26262 and the Automotive ASIL levels.
It is clear ISO 26262 is here to stay. Join us for a free presentation that explains the ISO 26262 standard and a call of action to those in charge of New Product Development, Functional Safety or Quality.
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